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RCGP highlights GP pressures and the impact they are having on patient care in Daily Express

09 May 2022

The following comment piece by RCGP Chair Professor Martin Marshall has been published in today’s Daily Express and featured on the front page of the newspaper.


RCGP fights back against critical letters in Daily Telegraph

07 May 2022

The following letter from RCGP Chair Prof Martin Marshall was published in the Daily Telegraph today in response to a number of critical letters about general practice and the wider NHS.


GP numbers falling while patient numbers rise is making workload ‘unsustainable’, says College

03 May 2022

Responding to research published by the Lib Dems showing that on average every GP is responsible for 2,200 patients, Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said:


Latest consultation rates show GP teams are 'working exceptionally hard' in difficult circumstances

28 April 2022

Responding to the latest consultation figures, Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said:


RCGP statement on sodium valproate use

16 April 2022

Responding to a Sunday Times investigation, published today, on continued use of sodium valproate for women of child-bearing age, Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said:


College in Northern Ireland says 'time for action' on GP capacity

14 April 2022

Dr Laurence Dorman, Chair of the Royal College of GPs in Northern Ireland, has said it is deeply regrettable that many patients are struggling to access GP services, but made clear this is not the fault of hardworking doctors and practice teams.


Ban on ‘conversion therapy’ should protect all LGBT people

13 April 2022

The RCGP has spoken out against Government proposals to ban so-called conversion therapy on the basis of sexual orientation but not gender identity.


College in Northern Ireland sets the record straight on remote consultations

13 April 2022

The Royal College of General Practitioners in Northern Ireland has issued the following statement, following reports in some of today’s media about GP consultation methods post-pandemic.


Intense workload must be addressed to retain GPs in the workforce, says College

13 April 2022

Responding to the 11th National GP Worklife Survey by the University of Manchester, Professor Martin Marshall, Chair of the Royal College of GPs, said:


General practice ‘under incredible strain’ and needs urgent support, says RCGP

12 April 2022

Responding to a report in the Telegraph saying that GPs are ‘being told’ to extend their hours to ease pressures on emergency departments over Easter.

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